The first post-launch display of all the winning images from this renowned competition focusing on British fauna and flora. Extraordinary pictures of our rarest animals and the wildlife on our doorstep.
To find out more about the competition visit the BWPA website: here
Chosen, Revered Objects Which Delight, all selected from the Nature in Art collection and chosen by popular vote by members of the public. A variety of items that highlight the diversity of art inspired by nature.
CLICK HERE to see the selection and to make your vote! Voting closes 25th September.
Free for under 16’s (including access to upstairs museum galleries)
Car parking is free
One of our most popular events, the annual craft fair at Nature in Art has become well known as a source for unique, individually hand crafted gifts, offered to you directly by the craft people who made them, so often a gift can be personalised to make it even more special.
Many of the makers will be demonstrating so you will be able to see just how your unique gift was created.
The range of quality gifts you will find at the craft fair includes woodturning, jewellery, ceramics, textile items, as well as stained glassware, metal work, paper crafts and children gifts. With such a wide selection you are bound to find the perfect gift for your friends and family, or even treat yourself!
During the weekend as well as watching demonstrations from the craft workers, and purchasing gifts, you can also view most of the museum galleries.
You may also be a winner on the raffle or tombola, so make sure you purchase a ticket. There will be a separate raffle on the Saturday and Sunday.
Images: courtesy of Posers Photographic
Many exhibitors will be demonstrating
Coffee shop open for refreshments
Below is a list of those stallholders who will be attending the 2016 event.
Gloucestershire Association of Woodturners (demonstrator)
Beverley Todd Glass Artist
Animal Art by LAW (demonstrator)
Yum Yum Fine Foods
Ty Capel Creations
Nanny Soo’s Cottage
Harmony Kingdom UK (demonstrator)
Vikki Lafford Garside (demonstrator)
Hartpury Soap Company
Naomi Skelton (demonstrator)
The Ark Man
Kath Cooper Ceramics
The Doll Maker
Time for Design
Cloth and Clay
The Moon Up Above
The Painter’s Pantry (demonstrator)
@rtby Denius Parsons
All Fired Up
Birch Cottage Crafts
Walks with Hawks
Applications are now closed for the 2016 event. If you would like to be added to our mailing list for the 2017 event, which will take place on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th October, please email the Collections and Marketing Officer.
Please Note: THESE ARE CHANGED DATES FROM PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED! The Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration includes a number of RHS medal winners in its ranks. Illustrating the world’s flora for scientific purposes continues to be the preoccupation of many artists. Fine examples in pencil, ink and watercolour are included in this exhibition. Meet members every day.
A fascinating display of digital artwork by Mark Ware that brings together art and science to explore how we respond to natural and built environments. It is one of a series of art science collaborations with psychologists and neuroscientists that are investigating the effects of the natural environment upon health and wellbeing.